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Published Annually By
UNITY HIGH. SCHGGL
MRS. IRMA D. McKECHNIE
We, the students of Unity High School, dedicate this issue
of the Monitor to a wonderful teacher, friend and dramatic
coach, Mrs. Irma '
VOLUME 27 FEBRUARY, 1947
U. H., S. DIRECTORY
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
Mr. Karl H. lVIcKeclmie
THR SCHOOL BOARD
Mrs. lVla1'g,ra1'et Vickery
Mrs. Ethel Ward
Mr. A. Il. Curtis
S. Irma lllclicchiiio, A. B.g Mrs. Betsy Hicks, A. I3.g l'i-invipul
ln llnl s A ll., lll. A.g llliss liZll'll2U'21 Kelley, B. S.: lVlr. l'lllNVHl'K
lllziglev I' Q
I , 1. n .
Front row, left to right: B. Myrick, B. Hamlin, B. Maxim, J. Pratt, D. Mason, M.
Myrick, R. Rollins, M. Reynolds.
Back row, left to right: A. Danforth, K. Tozier, Jr., F. Tozier, E. Walker, R. Tweedie,
Mrs. Hicks, M. Viclcery, B. Reynolds, K. Fernald, E. Brillard, L. Rennebu, A. McCor-
mick, Jr. fabsentj.
Assistant Editors. . .
Business Manager. ,.,.., . .
Assistant Business Managers. . ,
Athletic Editors .,.,....,.
Literary Editors, . .
Joke Editor ....,.... .
Assistant Joke Editor. , .
Alumni Editors ,....,
Exchange Editor .,.. .
Senior Class Editor. . . ,
Junior Class Editor ,... .
Sophomore Class Editor. . .
Freshman Class Editor. . .
. . . .Marjorie Myrick, Janice Pratt
. . . . , . . . . . . ,Alton McCormick, Jr.
Michael Vickery, Kenneth Tozier, Jr.
.Robert Tweedie, Barbara Hamlin
. . . .Eva Brillard, Lorraine Rennebu
. . .Barbara Maxim, Barbara Myrick
, , . .Frank Tozier
. . .Barbara Reynolds
. . . . .Kay Fernald
, Mary Reynolds
THIS YOUNGER GENERATION
Perhaps the grown-ups who read this edi-
torial won't appreciate it very much, but,
really, I think something should be done.
Everywhere I go 1 hear the grown-ups say-
ing, "What is this younger generation com-
ing to?" and "My, things certainly have
changed since I went to School." They all
make these remarks in a despairing tone of
voice, as if the prospects for our future are
not very bright.
I really think some of these people are
feeling a little sorry that all these "new-
fangled things" didn't happen to them.
Today, girls go flitting around with short,
skimpy skirts and frizzled hair. The boys
wear flashy ties and are continually pufiing
away on a cigarette or are madly chewing
for some new gum manufacturer. My, yes,
how times have changed! Why, Grandma
wouldn't think of showing her ankles, to say
nothing of running around on a basketball
court "half-dressed" the way we young folks
do now. And the men-why, if they as much
as winked at a young lady in public they
were considered very impudent and ill-man-
nered. I think life must have been very dull
for those poor young fellows. Why, they
couldn't even give that "genuine wolf-call"
of today without being shunned by all!
"A woman's place is in the home," they
used to say. But look around today! Women
even hold positions in our government and
are managers and owners of large business
firms. I still think a woman's place is in the
home, but I can see no reason why, if she pre-
fers business to home life, she shouldn't be
given an opportunity to go ahead.
"Yes, times have changed our nice young
people into little 'hood1ums'!" So some say,
and they have no doubt of it when the high
school boys and girls really "get hot" with a
new jitterbug step or start Hjazzing up" the
good old songs of yesterday.
If the grown-ups would only remember
the time when they were our ages, I don't
imagine they would find everyday life so
very different. They had their own crazy
dances and popular music just as we do now.
I don't think the younger generation has
changed so very much, do you?
Dorothy Mason '47
A TYPICAL DAY AT U. H. S.
It is 8:20 on the morning of a typical day
at Unity High School. By bus, by car, and
on foot, the pupils of U. H. S. arrive from
their various homes. A newcomer would be
rather dumbfounded to hear the rat-tat from
Room 1. He would be dumbfounded, that is,
unless he knew that the ominous rat-tat was
merely the everlasting game of ping-pong.
At 8:25 the opening bell rings, and the
pupils all rush to their respective rooms for
the attendance to be taken. At 8:30, after
the Lord's Prayer, the bell rings and with
apprehensive hearts we file to our various
It is in the middle of the physics class, and
Michael Vickery is telling us all just how he
would find the mechanical advantage of an
inclined plane, when we hear four bells on
the fire alarm system. Instantly we all freeze
to attention and march out of the building.
This is our fire drill and we find after return-
ing that we have broken our former record
of twenty-six seconds.
The second and third periods pass quite
uneventfully, except that Robert Tweedie and
Barbara Maxim are caught chewing gum.
Then at 11:30 the noon bell rings and we go
upstairs fkeep rightlj and come down fkeep
leftlj with our hot lunches, which are pre-
pared by the Home Economics girls.
After lunch that eternal game of ping-
pong starts again. Our most interesting
tournaments are between Junior McCormick
and Michael Vickery. In fact, Michael's facial
expressions alone are worth the price of ad-
Again at 12:00 the bell rings and we go
back to the old routine of classes until 3:00,
when we have one half hour of activity. In
the fall and spring, this is when we practice
softball and baseball. If we were one of
those lucky schools who are blessed with a
gymnasium, this would also be the time when
we would practice basketball. For those who
are behind in their work, this is the time set
aside for special help or make-up work.
We now have a skating rink, which will
mean another sport for our activity period.
At 3:30 the final bell rings, and school at
U. H. S. is over for another day.
Marjorie Myrick '47
ALTON McCORMlCK, JR. "Junior" College Course
"Life without sport is not lifef,
Physical Education, 1, 2, Monitor Staff, 1, 2, 3, 45 Antioch
Board, 1, 2, 35 Editor-in-Chief, 3, Senior Play, 43 Glee Club,
1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, One-Act
Play, 2, Bazaar Play, lg Class President, 1, Class Treasurer 4.
Play, 23 Bazaar Play, 1, Class President, lg Class Treasurer 4,
DOROTHY MASON "Dot" College Course
"Full of pep, full of fun,
A laugh and smile for everyone."
Basketball, 2, 3, 45 Softball, 2, 3, 45 Class President, 3, 4g Na-
tional Honor Society, 45 Senior Play, 3, 41 Prize Speaking, 2,
Interscholastic Prize Speaking, 3, Monitor StaH, 3, 45 Editor-
in-Chief, 45 Antioch Board, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club, 2, 3, 45 Spear
Speaking Contest, 4g Salutatory.
BARBARA MAXIM "Squirt" General Course
"lil rather be small and shine,
Than be large and cast a shadowf'
Basketball, 1, 2, 33 Prize Speaking, 3, Class Secretary, 1, 4,
Monitor Staff, 1, 2, 3, 4g Senior Play, 4g Softball, 1, 2, 3, 45
Cheerleader, 4, Antioch Board, 4, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Class
BEVERLY MAXIM "Bev" General Course
"A smile for all, a welcome glad,
A jovial coaxing way she hadf,
Glee Club, 3, 4, Bazaar, 15 Class Treasurer, 13 Class Vice
President, 43 Monitor Staff, 35 Antioch Board, 4, Senior Play,
45 Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Prophecy.
GEORGE MOODY "Moody" General Course
"F ull of fun and quiet too,
Always happy, never lzluef,
Antioch Board, 43 Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Librarian, 3, 4, Monitor
Staff, 3, Senior Play, 4, Class Secretary, 35 Class Prophecy.
MARJORIE MYRICK "Margie" College Course
"Driving dull care away with ,her smile,
Always happy-a pal worthwhile."
Student Council, 13 Physical Education, 1, 23 Monitor Staif, 2,
3, 43 Antioch Board, 3, 43 Editor-in-Chief, 4g Bazaar, 23 Senior
Play, 43 Glee Club, 1, 3, 4s Cheerleader, 2, 3, 4g National Honor
Society, 43 Softball, 3, 43 Prize Speaking, 2. Val9diCt01'y-
RUTH ROLLINS "Ruthie" General Course
"I really havenit much to say, I
But in the world l'll win my way."
Softball, 23 Monitor Staff, 3, 43 Senior Play, 43 Librarian-in-
Chief, 43 Honor Essay. E
FRANK TOZIER "Frankie" General Course
"Laugh and the world laughswith you."
Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball, 1, 3, 43 Senior Play, 1, 43 An-
tioch Board, 33 Glee Club, 43 Monitor Staff, 2, 3, 43 Class Presi-
dent, 23 Bazaar, 13 Student Council, 13 Physical Education, 1,
23 F. F. A., 4g Class Gifts.
ROBERT TWEEDIE "Bob" General Course
"He may look serious and he may look shy,
But he's full of it, twixt you and I."
Basketball, 1, 3, 43 Baseball, 1, 3, 43 Bazaar, 13 Monitor Staff,
3, 43 Antioch Board, 3, 43 Senior Play, 43 Physical Education,
13 Captain Basketball, 3, 43 Class History.
row, left to right: E. Rollins, Vice President, B. Fletcher, J. Pratt, B. Reynolds,
E. Brillard, Secretary and Treasurer, L. Rennebu, D. Burt.
Back row, left to right, A. Danforth, M. Reynolds, President, C. Hillman, IC. Walker,
M. Vickery, K. Tozier, Jr.
Front row, left to right: B. Reynolds, C. Pushor, M. Rennebu, K. Fernald, Secretary-
Treasurerg D. Thompson, S. Dinsmore, President, B. Myrick, L. Trull, L. Perkins.
Back row, left to right: E. Call, B. Smith, R. Peppard, R. Reynolds, C. Blood, Vive
President, R. De Forge, R. Sherman, E. Bulley.
Front row, left to right: I.. Stevens, L. Cook, M. Stevens, Vice Presidentg C. Foster
Presirlentq Ii. Hamlin, Secretary and Treasurerg M. Reynolds, Ii. Blood.
llnvla row, In-It to right: M. IIulrlnarml, R. Ilillmun, IJ. Mitchell, M. Reynolds, JV., C.
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
Front row, left to right: R. De Forge, C. Hillman, C. Blood, Ii. Walker, M. Reynolds
IV.. I.. lilooxl.
Ilan-lc row, left to 1-ig'ht,: Il. Ilillman, I". Tozier, IJ. Mitchell, Mr. Bagley, fl. Mitc-hell. Ib
Smith, I.. Stevens.
Alton McCormick, Jr
J. Edward Reynolds
J. Edward Reynolds
Kenneth Tozier, Jr.
Alton McCormick, Jr.
Alton McCormick, Jr.
Alton McCormick, Jr.
Done Most for the School I
Most Likely to Succeed
Best Actor and Actress
Barbara M. Reynolds
Name ' Identification Favorite Song Cause of Death
Alton McCormick Whiskers "Prisoner of Love" Oil truck
Frank Tozier Pipe "The Man That Comes Smoking
To Our House"
Beverly Maxim Diamond "Give Me Five Minutes School
llarbara Maxim Broken glasses "Anniversary Waltz" Movies
liob Tweedie An elastic "Roll Out the Barrel" His car
Ruth Rollins Facial expression "Somebody Loves Me" Studying
"Three O'clock in the
Lack of breath
Dot Mason Dimples "Sweetheart or Green Pontiac
George Moody Slowness "A Hunting We Will Go" Janice
Name Future Occupation Paatime APPIFGIW A80 H
Bessie Fletcher Who knows? Staring 23 Years
Edward Walker Veterinary Pestering people 52 years
Edith Rollins Farmer's wife Drawing 21 years
Kenneth Tozier, Jr. Professor Trying to be funny 1 month
Janice Pratt Finding husband Writing letters 62 years
Michael Vickery Bachelor Combing his hair 75 years
D01'0fhY Burt Old maid Winking 22 years
Maurice Reynolds Schoolmarm Writing notes 2 years
Eva Brillard Dancer Holding hands Uncertain
Clayton Hillman Bus driver Day dreaming 102 years
Barbara M. Reynolds Secretary Chewing gum 24 years
Alton Danforth Engineer Chattering 3 yrs., 3 mo., 3 da.
Writing to a soldier
A SOPHOMORE SECRETS
Name Reminds Us of Noted for Ambition
Clayton Blood Cornel Wilde Washing boards To be a champion
Elaine Bulley Kate Smith Her rank To reduce
Ethel Call A queen Her rose-colored To be a huntress
Richard DeForge Sllpefmouse His speed To be a horse jockey
Shirley Dinsmore Toots Her dates To be a herpetologist
Kay Fernald Little Lulu Her dreams To be a star guard
Glenn Hanscom Popeye Blushing To come to school
Barbara Myrick Marjorie Her extra boy To be a Powers model
Roland Peppard A penquin llis giggle Ile hasyft any
Lilla Perkins Olive Oyle Her walk Te get a husband
Charlene Pushor Her brother Rollerskating To play a harmonica
Mary Rennebu Blondie Her blond hair To live in T1-gy
Barbara A, Reynolds Little Miss Muifet Her calm disposition To be a biologist
To be a musician
To get a gi1'l friend
Donald Smith Archie AYld1'eWS His Curly hail' To be an Arabian
Dorothy Thompson A model Her height To join Ten-y and
l.eVerne Trull Veronica Lake Her shade of lipstick To he Mrs. Blood
Name Pastime Future Cause of Death
Leroy Blood Chewing gum Undertaker Marion
Lilla Cook Thinking of boys Champion rollerskater French
Loretta Dalton Writing notes Opera singer Albert Mc.
Cecil Foster Eating Champion ballplayer Too many banana
Barbara Hamlin Putting on lipstick Mrs. Tozier "Babe"
Rafford Hillman Throwing spitballs Trapping fgirlsj Algebra
J. Edward Reynolds
Whispering to Marion
Fighting with Stevens
Night club manager
Manager of glue fac-
Got hit with a ball
His date with Elaine
He got stuck
He knew his lesson
Forgot her lipstick
Too many girls
Hurried too fast
Front row, left to right: F. Tozier, B. Maxim, R. Reynolds, B. Maxim, R. Tweedie, M.
Back row, left to right: R. Rollins, L. Rennelmu, G. Moody, E. Walker, D. Mason, Mrs.
McKechnie, A. McCormick, Jr. Qabsentj.
HOUSE OF STRANGERS
Under the splendid direction of Mrs. Irma McKechnie, the Senior Class, assisted
by two juniors and one sophomore, presented a very successful mystery-comedy,
"House of Strangenessf' Miss Barbara Kelley assisted in the staging. The cast of
characters was as follows: Sandra Pembleton, thrilled by new adventures, Marjorie
Myrickg Francine Ashmore, a girl of mystery, Dorothy Mason, Winnetta Bullitt, wife
of Tobias, Beverly Maxim, June Winterbottom, a newlywed, Barbara Maxim, Wayne
Merrin, interested in Sandra, Robert Tweedieg Neal Wiseheart, a reporter whose
name should have been wisecrack, Alton McCormick, Jr.3 Tobias Bullitt, who is at-
fected by a speech impediment, Richard Reynolds, Randolph Winterbottom, a male
newlywed, Frank Tozierg Abby Pierce, a prim old maid, Ruth Rollins, Shug, a doubt-
ful character, George Moody, Maria, slightly demented, Lorraine Rennebug Paul
Carson, bus driver, Edward Walker.
Front row, left to right: M. Stevens, B. Reynolds, S. Dinsmore, D. Mason, E. Bulley,
li. Maxim, M. Rennebu, L. Dalton, M. Reynolds, J. Pratt.
Second row, left to right: R. Reynolds, B. Myrick, B. Maxim, I.. Rennebu, E. Brillard.
U. Thompson, ll. Reynolds, I.. Trull, M. Myrick, Mrs. Hicks.
'Fhird row, left to ripglit: IC. Vickery, M. Reynolds, J. Tozier, M. Vickery, E. VValker,
I". Tozicr, R. Peppard, D. McKechnie, A. McCormick, Jr. falwsentj.
Front row, lel't to right: J. Tozier, Miss Kelley. M. Reynolds.
Second row, left to l'lt2'lllI li. NValker, li. Vickery, M. Vickcry.
Front row, left to right: B. Maxim, B. Maxim, M. Vickery, J. I'i-att, M. Myrick, Edi-
tor-in-Chiefg R. Tweedie, D. Mason, A. Danforth.
llaclq row, loft, to right: Mrs. Hicks, E. lirillard, G. Moody, J. Tozicr.
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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Front row, luI't to i'ig'l1l,: li. liulley, E. Rollins, K. Fernald, ll. Myrick, D. Mason.
llzu-lc row, loft lu rigglit: M. Myriclc, J. Pratt, R. Reynolds, M. Vic'koi'y, li. liennelmu, R.
I 'age Seventeen
I always hear the clock a-tickin',
A-tickin' all the day,
I wonder what makes a clock
A-tick anyway? A
The other day I took a clock
Apart all by myself,
1 thought I'd never get it fixed
An' hack on mother's shelf.
My mother she come marchin' in
And asked what I was doin'g
I didn't want to tell her,
For I knew somethin' was brewin'.
"Just takin' this old thing apart,"
I said and poked it with a stick,
"I was wonderin' if it had a heart
That really made it tick."
Robert Sherman '49
SCENES IN OCTOBER
October's the month that follows September,
A beautiful month that we all remember,
The views that we see from 'way up on a hill
Are scenes to remember with many a thrill.
It's a month for an artist's easel and brush,
To capture on canvas the wilderness' blush.
The red, orange, and gold-colored leaves of
That's a sight to hold in one's memories.
Dots of evergreen trees show among the gold,
Homes or rooftops set within beauty untold,
Off in the distance snow-capped mountains in
All 'neath a sky of bright azure blue.
A picture with color so bright and so gay, LM
Only October can truly display. '
When sunrise or sunset is added to this,
'Tis a glorious scene that we don't want to
Edward Walker '48
There is one English lesson
That is always sure to come,
I know that it is dreaded
By each and every one.
I bite my nails and tap my feet,
My heart trips like a hammer.
When the chairman calls on me
I stutter, stop, and stammer.
Now my report is over,
I gladly take my seat.
Though the rest are making comments,
I'in safe 'till another week.
Kay Fernald '49
'FIF l WERE
As I sit here by the cottage
Listening to the murmuring pines,
How 1 wish I were a poet
And by writing could define
All the beauty, all the grandeur
Of the shore and of the lake.
Or to be a landscape painter-
What a picture I could make!
I would try to show the colors
Of the autumn season's dreamy
I would try and paint the sunshine
On the water as it gleams.
I would try to bring the beauty
Both by word and with my paint,
If I only were an artist or a poet-I
Which I ain't.
Janice Pratt '48
The world is so quiet at sunset timeg
Even the crickets are still.
The heavens are covered with blue and pink
And a purple shroud falls on the hill.
The world is so peaceful at sunset timeg
The birds have ceased their flight.
The moon starts its journey across the sky,
Yielding its golden light.
The world is so thoughtful at sunset time,
When the crimson glow floods the way,
And the shadows that fall on the wooded hills
Bring the close of another day.
Marjorie Myrick '47
'kPu'blished in New England Anthology of High School Poetry.
Front row, left to right: M. Myrick, Cheerleader, B. Maxim, K. Fernald, D. Mason,
B. My1'ick, E. Brillard, Honorary Captain, L. Trull, B. Reynolds, J. Pratt, B. Maxim,
Back row, left to right: E. Bulley, B. Hamlin, M. Stevens, C. Pusho1', M. Hubbard, S.
Dinsniore, L. Cook, M. Reynolds, Mr. Hicks, Coach.
Eva Brillard, Captain Mr. Hicks, Coach
We were unfortunate this year to be un-
able to secure a hall in Unity in which to
practice and have our home games. How-
ever, we are deeply grateful to the I. O. O. F.
Order of Albion and the cooperation of Besse
High in the use of the I. O. O. F. hall in that
town. Being able to have only five practice
sessions, we are proud of our record of tive
wins out of thirteen games. The high scorer
was Barbara M. Reynolds with 182 points.
Two of our cheerleaders were Marjorie
Myrick and Barbara Maxim.
Front row, left to right: Cheerleaders A. Danforth, M. Reynolds.
Back row, left to right: Mr. Bagley, Coach, R. De Forge, C. Foster, K. Tozier, Jr.,
R. Tweedie, Honorary Captain, G. Moody, M. Reynolds, Jr., C. Blood, C. Hillman, M.
Vickery, F. Tozier, L. Blood, Manager. QA. McCo1'mick, Jr., absent when picture was
Bob Tweedie, Captain
Mr. Edward Bagley, Coach
Although the basketball team at Unity had
no hall of its own, it managed to get a few
practice sessions at the Albion I. O. O. F.
Hall. The team was not very successful,
winning only one game out of twelve, but
we feel that we put up a fairly good fight in
At graduation the team will lose four
players: Frank Tozier, Alton McCormick,
Jr., Bob Tweedie and George Moody.
Two cheerleaders were Maurice Reynolds
and Alton Danforth.
Games Unity Opp
Brooks 24 36
Winterport 22 27
Fl'e6d01T1 23 62
Albion 37 40
Searsport 32 57
Liberty 20 18
Brooks 23 52
Winterport 18 30
Albion 28 49
Freedom 32 59
Searsport 23 44
Liberty 22 24
Front. row, left to right: C. l,USll0l', M. Renneliu, IC. llnlloy, li. Ilznnlin, ll. Reynolds,
ll. Mason, E. Brillard, B. Myrick, L. Trull.
Back row, loft to right: M. Myrick, L. Perkins, S. llinsinorc. ll. Maxim. Ni. llululmard,
Miss lic-lley, f'ozu'l1g J. l'i'z1lt, L. Dalton, L. Cook, ll. Maxim
Front row, left to right: E. Vickery, L. Blood.
Ben-ond row, left to right: C. Hillman, M. Vickery, M. Reynolds, Jr., ll. Twccdiu, li.
Walker, L. Croslnv F. Toziei' K. Toziel' Jr.
1 3 7 7
Back row, left to right: lVl1'. Hicks, Coach, Il. ML-Kevlinie, C. l"osi,ui', C. Blood, C.
Min-licll, ll. llv Forgrc, G. Moody. fA. lllcCoi'mick, .li'., ulisent wlu-n picture was taken.1
I '11 gf' Tuwz fy-one
Mrs. McKechnie: "How would you address
the Secretary of the Navy?"
Clayton Hillman: "I'd say, 'Your War-
A. Danforth: "The photographers never do
E. Rollins: "You don't want justice: you
C. Blood: "Richard, where do bugs go in
R. DeForge: "Search me."
C. Blood: "Sorry, I haven't time."
K. Tozier: "I can't get this old Ford
started. Can you suggest something to help
R. Tweedie: "Yes, read the directions on
the inside of the can."
C. Hillman: "Do you think monkeys are
B. A. Reynolds: "Are you fishing for a
Beverly Maxim: "Why are you writing so
Barbara Maxim: "I want to get this essay
finished before the ink runs out of my foun-
Leroy Blood: "My feet burn like the
dickens. Do you think a mustard bath would
Cecil Foster: "Sure! There's nothimr het-
ter than mustard for hot dogs."
Maurice Reynolds: "You know that I am
very fond of birds. The other day one ac-
tually settled on my head."
Bessie Fletcher: "It must have been a
Frank Tozier: "Pm going to speak my
R. Tweedie: "Ah! Silence at last."
Edward Walker: "When does the alphabet
have but twenty-five letters?"
Janice Pratt: "When you and I are one."
Mrs. McKechnie: "Explain how forests pre-
K. Tozier: "Where the forests are in the
soil, the soil can't erose very well, but if the
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forest is burned the soil can easily erose."
Frank Tozier on an examination: "John
Greenleaf Whittier wrote the Bible."
Mrs. Hicks: "Use the word 'chaos' in a sen-
Elaine Bulley: "When the child was lost,
the mother was in a historical chaos."
Mrs. Hicks: "What does 'sinister' mean?"
Bessie Fletcher: "An old maid."
Mrs. Hicks: "What is a mare?"
J. E. Reynolds: "A person that runs a
Michael Vickery: "I have a cold in my
Eva Brillard: "I've always heard a cold
settles in a person's weakest spot."
Robert Sherman: "Richard Reynolds has a
Junior McCormick: "Thank heavens that it
Marjorie Myrick: "These chops taste queer
Ruth Rollins: "I can't understand it. I
burned them a little, but I rubbed vaseline
on them at once."
Clayton Blood: "Did you ever take chloro-
Richard DeForge: "No, who teaches it?"
Donald Smith: "What part of a locomotive
train ought to have the most careful atten-
Robert Sherman: "The tender part."
George Moody: "Where did Noah strike
the first nail in the Ark?"
Dorothy Mason: "On the head." ,
Mrs. McKechnie: "If the poker, shovel,
and tongs cost 39.95, what would a ton of
coal come to?"
George Moody: "To ashes."
There is a young girl named Mary,
Whom Paul some day wants to marry.
If well go their wishes,
Poor Paul will do dishes,
And will wish that he'd never seen Mary.
Loretta Dalton '50
CLASS OF 1939
James Adams at last notice was in uniformg
Georgia fBennettJ Knight is living in
Newburgg Robert Elwell is farming in
Unityg Doris Gerald is living in Unityg
Helen fGeraldJ Alexander is living in
Unityg Alice fHaskellJ Gordon is living in
Unityg Thelma fHemphillJ Whitehouse is
in Floridag Gertrude lHolbrookj Libby is
living in Machiasportg Richard Jones was
killed in action in 19453 Arthur Piper is
living in Charlestong Shirley Piper is going
to school in Bostong Donald Walton is liv-
ing in Unityg Arlene fWilleyJ Hodgdon is
living in Pittsfieldg Virginia fWingJ Han-
bury lives in Jacksonville, Florida.
CLASS OF 1940
Erland Bacon is living in Watervilleg John
Berry is living in Connecticut: Robert Cates
is working in Winslowg Viola fDaltonl
Bradley lives in Limerickg Lucilla fGerryJ
Nichols is living in Canaang Geneva fGood-
winl Wingate lives in Unityg Stanley
Hamlin is living in Connecticutg Donald
Kelley is farming in Unityg Ernest Kenney
is living in Burnhamg Robert Lester is liv-
ing in Sacog Christine fMcFarlandl Chad-
bourne is living in Bangorg Wesley and
Willis McGibney are living in Pittsfieldg
Charles Murch is living in Unityg Maxine
fNicholsJ Berry 5 Helen
QSmithJ Jacquith is working in Pittsfield.
CLASS OF 1941
Yvonne fBarnesJ Cates is living in Water-
villeg Burleigh and Mildred fBradeenJ
Vigneault are living in Hampdeng Charles
Clifford is at home in Troyg John Edgerly
is farming in Albiong Shirley fElwellJ Piper
is living in Charlestong Blanche fHamlinJ
McNally is living in Pittsfieldg Jeanette
Jones is working in Watervilleg Beverly
Luce is at home in Troyg Ralph McFar-
land is living in Troyg Mahlon Maxim is
living in Thorndikeg Barbara fMitchellJ
Hickman is living in Lexington, Va.g Don-
ald Mosher is in the U. S. M. C.3 Roger
Oaks is attending the University of Maineg
Mary fPelletierJ Jellison is living in Unityg
Pauline fScottJ Gray is living in Bangorg
Ruth fFrostJ Kenney is living in Worces-
CLASS OF 1942
Franklin Dalzell is attending Coburn
Classical Instituteg Clayton Hamlin is liv-
ing in Unityg Phyllis QI-Iamlinl Hanan is
living in Washington, D. C.3 Madaline
fNutterJ Bellows is living in Freedomg
Crosby Packard is living in Unityg Maxine
fPalmerJ Rines is living in Watervilleg
Lester Tweedie is in the Armyg Ellery
Whitten is living in Fairfieldg Harold Win-
ship is living in Thorndike.
CLASS OF 1943
Phyllis Bradeen is a cadet nurse at the
Sisters' Hospital in Watervilleg Arlene
Clifford is journeying in Californiag Clar-
issa fCookJ Sanderson is living in Unityg
Isabelle McCormick is working in Bangor:
Arthur Hamlin is in the Armyg Elizabeth
Frost is living in Fairfieldg Maynard Fow-
ler is in the Navy 3 Harold McFarland is at
home in Troyg Gertrude Means is living in
Unityg Athene fMitchellJ Whitten is liv-
ing in Fairfieldg Edith QNutterJ Estes is
living in Albiong Erma fWardJ Elwell is
living in Unityg Carolyn Tozier is a stu-
dent at Farmington State Teacher's Col-
legeg and Kenneth Palmer is living in New-
CLASS OF 1944
Beatrice QPattersonj Kenney is living in
Burnhamg Irene iSmallJ Berry is in Cali-
forniag Jean Fernald is living in Troyg
Ruth fBulleyJ Erskine is living in Dix-
montg Leona fPerkinsJ Bulley is living in
Dixmontg Kenneth Berry is living in Con-
necticutg and Reginald Heald is at home in
CLASS OF 1 945
Virginia Carter is going to school in Lewis-
tong Wyona fBarnesl Bracket is living in
Winslowg Eleanor fMcCormickJ Dalton is
living in Unityg Beverly fHealdJ Paige is
at home in Troyg Beverly fHardingJ Rich
is living in Unityg Arthur Seaver is living
in Detroitg Walter Rich is living in Unityg
Richard Hillman is at home in Troyg Floyd
Pratt is living in Troy.
CLASS OF 1946
Frances fBaconJ Pooler is living in Unityg
Dora Clifford is living in Troyg Beverly
Dean is attending school in Bostong Paul-
ine Mason is attending Bangor School of
Commerceg Lynwood Mitchell is working'
in Bangorg Karl McKechnie, Jr., is in the
Marine Corpsg Martha Peppard is working
in Pittsfieldg Ruth QSeaverJ Parsons is liv-
ing in Troyg and Loran Tinker is at home
in Unity. ,
AN ADVENTURE WITH NAMES
Once while a Mason was at work, he dis-
covered that he wasn't laying the bricks
right. His helper, Junior, Said, "I Tozier it
was wrong, but you were so Frank and
thought that you were Shirley right that you
wouldn't listen to me."
"Oh, Kay, Oh, Kay, you're right. There
are more bricks, I think, but if there aren't,
you can Call Roland and ask him to bring
some over. It Maxim angry, but he will get
over it. He is terribly lazy. Usually he is
Mary, but when he has to do some work, he
is Moody. Hurry, because it looks as if it
As there were not enough bricks, Junior
called Roland's and his mother answered the
telephone. She said that Roland was Peppard
with chickenpox, but that Robert was at the
Barbarfaj shop and she would telephone him
to come home.
She called the Barbarfal shop and asked
for Robert, who was reading a CMcJCormiek
book. She asked him to come home, but he
said that his girl friend, Edith, was at Eva's
Beauty Shop and he had to Ffljetcher and
Walker home first.
Robert went to the Beauty Shop to get
Edith, who was waiting for him. When he
saw her, he said, "Hi ya, Babe! Gee, you
"Well," she said, "I think that you look
rather Hansfejom with your hair cut, too. I
have to stop here for My rick-rack. Please
wait a minute."
He accompanied her home and went on
his way. When he reached his home, his
mother Said, "Roland is Peppard with chicken-
pox and your father needs more bricks, so
you will have to take some over to him. The
truck doesn't run very well. You may have
to Pushforl because it isn't very Perkifnsj.
Junior and your father are working at Mrs.
Hicks' house, fixing the chimney. They may
want you to stay and help them, so I will
Cook some eggs to put in your lunch. I also
have pie made of Hubbard squash and some
The truck that Robert used was open and
the wind blew on him as he drove down the
Hillfmanl. Far away he could see Junior,
who was just a Dot upon the Ruth froofj.
When he came to the house, his cheeks were
Rosie and his Blood was beginning to tingle.
When they had finished the chimney, they
Went fDanJforth and ate fCJall Of Mrs.
Hicks' Cookfiesj. .
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Home of Pure Drugs
Rexall, Whitman's and Kodak
Agency of the Greyhound Bus
L. P. VEILLEUX
Modern Shoe Rebuilding
191 Main St.
GEORGE N. SNELL
FRESH and SALT FISH
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118 Maine St. 2 Clinton Ave
Waterville, Me. Winslow, Me.
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IRVING A. MOODY
57 Main Street
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56 Temple St.
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